The Weekly Bulletin
Monday, October 7, 2019
Attendee: 15 club members present
Call to order: President Dewey at 12:03 pm
Invocation: Pat Brown
Pledge: Charlie Landgreder
Introduction of Guests and New and Old Members (who have been gone)
Sid Sullivan’s wife Joan
Welcome any new or returning members
Birthdays and Anniversaries
GLen – one of our speakers – birthday October 11th
Larry Fick – to Charlie Landgreder
Sign In or Pay the Pig:
Scott Stager – Badge missing in action (he knows where it is in his car, just forgot to bring it in) Carl – In honor of Mark Stevenson who was given award at the Harvest Hootenany for his providing the land on which the urban farm has existed for 10 years. Also commented (and paid the pig) on KU basketball program in the news.
• The 1st Quarter Conference will take in Arnold, Missouri on Friday, October 25 4:30 to 10:00 pm and Saturday, October 26 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. From 4:30 to 7:00 pm on Friday we will be having a Trick or Treat benefiting CCC/OIF in the parking lot behind the hotel. Please let me know if anyone wants to go so we can get you registered
• Board Meeting Thursday, October 17, 2019 at the Club House at 6:00 pm
• Food Bank: Jim Murphy, Carl Scott, and Larry Fick: They worked on packaging chicken for 3 hours
• Koeze/ Restaurant Certificates- Steve Winter said “The first order will be due on Monday, October 28 and Chris McD’s will not be on the Restaurant this year. We only have Murry’s, D’Rows, Sophia/Addison and Shakespeare Pizza.” We want everyone to go 1 % high that last year’s orders this year.
Koeze nuts prices have gone up a little this year. First order will be due on Monday, October 28th.
• Club Social – Steve Winters: Tuesday, November 5 for the Shrimp Dinner at 6:00 pm at the Clubhouse. Cost is $10.00 for adults and kids eat free. Larry will start taking money Monday, September 16, 2019, We have 40 lbs of easy to peel jumbo shrimp
• Christmas Trees: C.O Scheffer: 1 or 2 trucks will be in on Saturday, November 16, 2019. Mizzou Baseball team will be helping unloading and drilling that day. All the Frasers will be in one truck load. Christmas tags are in and needing help filing them out
Announcements from the Floor:
Glenn Cobbins and Judy Hubbard, Jenny Flatt from Destiny of HOPE
Destiny of H.O.P.E. was formed more than 20 years ago (1998) to address the needs of the most vulnerable populations in Columbia, Missouri. A vision of Glenn Cobbins, Senior and Judy Hubbard, the organization has engaged in youth development programming since its inception. We are planning a youth leadership development camp in late October, 2019. We are looking for local support to help create a safe and engaging event for local teens. We are particularly interested in recruiting teens who
are vulnerable and would be typically deemed “at risk.” We plan to engage 16 teens in an overnight, residential camping setting. We will have four adults who will engage with the youth around leadership development, and will be present at all times. We will utilize evidence-based programming and activities to help foster confidence and develop
leadership and life skill development among these Columbia, Missouri teens.
This initial event is part of a long-term vision to provide high quality, safe and engaging leadership activities to youth in our community. In these challenging times, it is a well-known fact that when youth interact with at least one caring adult, their likelihood for positive future outcomes is magnified.
• 10/14/19 Mike Reynolds from Adult High School at the Columbia Tribune
• 10/21/19 Trent Rush from Missouri Symphony
• 10/28/19 Valorie Livingston, Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Clubs
• 11/4/19 No Meeting at Noon
• 11/5/19 Shrimp Dinner with Speaker Carrie Gartner from The Loop(Talking about the
Improvements of the Loop)
• 11/11/19 Cheryl Howard from Nora Stewart Early Learning Center
• 11/18/19 Jolene Schulz from Assistance League Ambassadors (Operation School Bell)
Bringing Out The Best In Kids Since 1936
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• 11/25/19 Ashlee Smith with a tour of Ronald McDonald House and fixing a meal for the families that
Adjourn with the Creed: We finished with the Creed at around 1 p.m.
Mary Dewey, President
East Missouri District 2018-2019 “IT’S FOR THE KIDS”
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